Clallam County

Supreme Court throws out sentences in Halloween robbery case

The state Supreme Court has thrown out the lengthy sentences of two young men who were teenagers… Continue reading

Washington Senate approves REAL ID compliance bill

The Senate has taken another step toward bringing Washington state into compliance with federal identification requirements,… Continue reading

Measure would help sex trafficking victims clear convictions

Measure would help sex trafficking victims clear convictions

Jessica Wolfe was forced into sex trafficking shortly after her 19th birthday. Years later, after running away… Continue reading

Measure would help sex trafficking victims clear convictions
The recovery boiler and smokestack at Rayonier pulp mill in Port Angeles topple in a controlled implosion Oct. 30, 1998. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Rayonier: 20-year anniversary sees site still dormant, with 2026 as cleanup target

Tuesday marks the 20th anniversary of the Rayonier Inc. pulp mill’s demise, the death of what was Clallam County’s largest employer, the… Continue reading

The recovery boiler and smokestack at Rayonier pulp mill in Port Angeles topple in a controlled implosion Oct. 30, 1998. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Cool jazz set for Peninsula College ensemble’s winter concert

The winter quarter Jazz Ensemble concert in Peninsula College’s Maier Hall will feature music played and sung by 18 North Olympic Peninsula… Continue reading

LETTER: PDN Laugh Lines are not funny

I have to agree with the Feb. 2 letter writer [“Laugh Lines”] who complained that the Peninsula Daily News’ recent “Laugh Lines” snippets [daily on… Continue reading

LETTER: Why isn’t PDN covering Planned Parenthood supporters?

I am surprised that the Peninsula Daily has not covered an event happening in our beautiful town of Port Angeles. A group of our concerned… Continue reading

NEWS BRIEFS: Hood Canal bridge suicide attempt stopped by passerby … and other items

Traffic was reduced to a single lane for 18 minutes on the Hood Canal bridge Friday for a pedestrian in the roadway, the… Continue reading

Cars make their way around a curve on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent west of Port Angeles on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

Start of Highway 101 work around Lake Crescent delayed until April

The start of construction for the U.S. Highway 101 rehabilitation project around Lake Crescent has been delayed until April as the… Continue reading

Cars make their way around a curve on U.S. Highway 101 at Lake Crescent west of Port Angeles on Wednesday. (Keith Thorpe/Peninsula Daily News)

NEWS BRIEFS: Economic development meetings planned in Clallam County this Monday … and other items

Officials from three state economic development organizations will visit Clallam County on Monday. State Department of Commerce, state Workforce Training Board and Impact Washington representatives… Continue reading

EYE ON CLALLAM: County considers revisions to financial policies

The three Clallam County commissioners will discuss proposed amendments to county policies for budget changes and modifications and financial system operations and security Monday. The… Continue reading

Wendy Clark-Getzin

Clallam Transit sets spring service changes

Clallam Transit is rolling out a set of service changes that will affect eight bus routes beginning March 20. The changes were… Continue reading

Wendy Clark-Getzin
Clallam Transit eyes service to Bainbridge

Clallam Transit eyes service to Bainbridge

It might make sense to leave the car at home when heading to Seattle come June. Clallam Transit has proposed daily bus… Continue reading

Clallam Transit eyes service to Bainbridge
A GROWING CONCERN: Flower show gives attendees ‘Taste of Spring’

A GROWING CONCERN: Flower show gives attendees ‘Taste of Spring’

HAVING BEEN BORN near a 17-acre “greenhouse” to parents who both had a master’s degree in floriculture from Cornell College, it is easy to understand… Continue reading

A GROWING CONCERN: Flower show gives attendees ‘Taste of Spring’
March picture from the past                                Do any of you have memories of this beach east of Port Angeles? Do you know where it is? If so, write to Alice Alexander at 204 W. Fourth St. Apt. 14, Port Angeles, WA 98362 or email her at bretches1942@gmail.com and she will include your comments in her column April 2.                                Picture from the past Do any of you have memories of this beach east of Port Angeles? Do you know where it is? If so, write to Alice Alexander at 204 W. Fourth St. Apt. 14, Port Angeles, WA 98362 or email her at bretches1942@gmail.com and she will include your comments in her column April 2.

BACK WHEN: Readers remember Fairview Grocery

THERE WERE SEVERAL responses to the February picture from the past, which was the Fairview Grocery and Service Station. The store was at the corner… Continue reading

March picture from the past                                Do any of you have memories of this beach east of Port Angeles? Do you know where it is? If so, write to Alice Alexander at 204 W. Fourth St. Apt. 14, Port Angeles, WA 98362 or email her at bretches1942@gmail.com and she will include your comments in her column April 2.                                Picture from the past Do any of you have memories of this beach east of Port Angeles? Do you know where it is? If so, write to Alice Alexander at 204 W. Fourth St. Apt. 14, Port Angeles, WA 98362 or email her at bretches1942@gmail.com and she will include your comments in her column April 2.

BIRD WATCH: Swallows wing their way to Peninsula too early

THE SWALLOWS ARE supposed to return in March and April. Birds don’t always do what we expect them to do. Reports of swallow sightings began… Continue reading

EYE ON BUSINESS: This week’s meetings

Monthly luncheon meetings are held on the second Wednesday of each month at 11:15 a.m. in the second-floor… Continue reading

Grant to light up Makah museum

Grant to light up Makah museum

The Makah Cultural and Research Center will become brighter now that it has received a $232,000 grant to improve its lighting system.… Continue reading

Grant to light up Makah museum

HELP LINE: Tax question answers provided

ARE WE SETTLING into the idea that it’s 2017? Have we stopped writing checks dated 2016? Good. That’s progress. Now, several of you have been… Continue reading

LETTER: I’ve self-identified as many things; now, liberal want to pigeonhole me

My first cultural identity was in 1948. I was born a baby boomer. My first self-identity was in the mid-1950s. I wanted to be like… Continue reading